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Idiosyncratic Transmissions Podcast – Episode 58

Music this week from Ariel Publicity, Crash Avenue, Arran Arctic, and Jupiter In Velvet.  Theme song from DanOSongs.com.

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A Lion Named Roar – This Won’t Last For Long
Arran Arctic – Window(purchase link for ‘Like Lovers’)
Jupiter in Velvet – Jupiter in Velvet
Ed Pettersen – All The Pretty Girls Leave Town
George Woods – Lucky One
Yellow Red Sparks – Monsters With Misdemeanors

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Idiosyncratic Transmissions Podcast – Episode 51

Music this week from Jamendo and Mevio.  Theme song from DanOSongs.com.

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The Wavers – Inigo(Extended Version)
Eric Doney – Repetition II
Still Noah – Silence
Arran Arctic – Covers
On Returning – Isn’t There Really a Place For Me In This World?
Lost in the Cave – Burning(With You)

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Idiosyncratic Transmissions Podcast – Episode 23

Music this week from Mevio and Crash Avenue. Theme song from DanOSongs.com.

Doug Folkins – Man of the Hour

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Kito Peters – Pride

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Idiosyncratic Transmissions Podcast – Episode 8

Music this week provided by Mevio, Ariel Publicity, Crash Avenue Media Management, and Marian Call

The Blue Squares – Meant For Me

Marian Call – The Avacado Song

Total Babes – Like They Always Do

Arran Arctic – You Could Have It So Much Better

May McDonough and Company – Riverside

Relevant Discord – Days of Deferment

 

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